Course Name: AWS Cloud Associate + Linux for Network Engineers – Dec 2020
Timings: 09:00 PM IST (Indian Standard Time) // (~3:30PM GMT)
Time Classes: MONDAY to FRIDAY (Week days batch)
Mode: Online / Zoom Language: English
Material: All training Material will be provided in pdf, scripts, study material
Labs: We provide Free 3 Months of Lab Server Access
Recording: Training Recording will be provided after every class
Free Classes: First 3 classes are free to join
Dear Students/Network Engineers
Presently, #cloud #services #computing has taken the technical world to a new level. It is an on-demand delivery system which delivers computing power, applications, database storage, and other IT resources. These services are available on-demand or go with pay as you go. The cloud computing environment is capable of holding any kind of applications no matters whether it’s an application which is used to share your pictures with various other millions of mobile users or it is a business-critical application. The demand for cloud services will only grow at a fast speed because the cloud becomes essential to IT and all types of businesses.
#Amazon Web Services (#AWS) is one such service provided by cloud computing. AWS cloud services are delivered to every size of companies no matter whether it is a start-up, small-scale or medium-sized enterprises. Due to its pay, as you go service model, AWS has become common in the IT service market. It has become a leader in the cloud computing market nowadays.
Why is it important for you as a network engineer to #learn #Linux!
Why? There are many reasons including:
1) A lot of network operating systems are based on Linux, or have a Linux shell you can access, or use Linux type commands.
2) Network Automation tools such as Ansible don’t run the command node on Windows. You are probably going to use Linux with tools such as Ansible, Netmkio, NAPALM and other network automation tools.
3) SDN controllers such as OpenDaylight, ONOS, RYU and APIC-EM run on Linux.
4) DevOps tools such as git work best with Linux.
5) IoT devices typically run Linux
6) A new breed of network devices from companies like Facebook, Microsoft and Cumulus Linux use Linux.
There are even more reasons, but make sure you don’t get left behind! You as a network engineer start learning Linux.
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- Class_0 || Download Notes (Gdrive)
- Class_1 || AWS Cloud + Linux for Network Eng – Course Intro Part_A
- Class_2 || AWS introduction to cloud part1
- Class_3 || AWS introduction to cloud part2
- Class_4 || AWS IAM part1
- Class_5&6 || AWS IAM part2 & EC PART-1
- Class_7 || EC2 Part2
- Class_8 || VPC Part 1
- Class_9 || VPC Part 2
- Class_10 || 18 dec VPC Basics
- Class_11 || 21 dec VPC NAT
- Class_12 || 22 dec VPC PEERING
- Class_13 || 23 dec VPC NACL & VPN
- Class_14 || 29 dec ELB & ALB
- Class_15 || 30 dec Autoscaling
- Class_16 || 04 jan Route53, CloudWatch, CloudTrail
- Class_17 || 05 jan AWS S3 Part1
- Class_18 || 06 jan AWS S3 Part2, SNS, Glacier
- Class_19 || 11 jan AWS Cloud Formation Part_A
- Class_20 || 12 jan AWS Cloud Formation Part_B
- Class_21 || 19 jan
- Class_22 || 20 jan
- Class_23 || 25 jan
- Class_24 || 26 jan
- Class_25 || 27 jan
- Class_26 || 2 Feb
- Class_27 || 3 Feb